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minster, he graduated from anderson university in indiana and indiana university law school in indianapolis. he joined the fbi in minneapolis. he went on to work in new york before moving to the bureau's headquarters in washington to supervise organized crime. since 1999 when he helped lead the inquiry into the crash of egypt's flight 990, he worked on some of the nation's highest profile cases involving national security. after the 9/11 attacks, he was put in charge of the fbi's counter terrorism branch eventually becoming the bureau's director of counter terrorism and counter intelligence. he led was was involved in high profile investigations including the 2003 suicide bombings in saudi arabia and the break up of a plot to bomb new york city subways in 2009 and late they're year, the case of the would be underwear bomber on the detroit-bound jet on christmas day. he took part in the attempted car bombing in times square in 2010. he was named deputy director and serving in the number two position when president obama tapped him to fill the top spot of the tsa. today he ove
the dogs were removed by animal care and control skeletal remains discovered in gary indiana this weekend are not human the lake county coroner's office confirmed that a forensic expert examine those bonds had determined that there were actually the remains of the dog another set of bones found earlier this month near the bormann expressway in carrier are believed to be human and those remains are still being tested >>a city council committee approved a multimillion-dollar settlement in a lawsuit brought by a man who was wrongfully convicted robert wilson spent nearly 10 years in prison for an attack on a woman who later said that she mistakenly identified him wilson who was pardoned in 2008 by rod blagojevich had sought nearly $10 million the finance committee approved 3.6 million in the committee also endorsed it $125,000 payout to two brothers to say that there were beaten by police in 2007 the full council will vote on both settlements tomorrow more speed cameras are being added along with a three month education period for drivers to get accommodativacclimated ... the original prop
to us from wave three 3 news in louisville, kentucky, nearby marysville, indiana, some college students are spending a different kind of spring break. international students from purdue are volunteering for cleanup in the wake of this month's deadly tornados. more than 80 students from countries like india, nigeria, china are helping pick up debris and clearing the roads there. many say they have never seen tornado destruction close up until now, so it's really motivating them to get out and help the community they've sort of been adopted into. it's amazing. great thing for them to do. >> a lot of people in our country don't realize we have by far the most tornados. just the way the mountains, the rockies are, it's the formula for them. >> and you see the kind of destruction they cause. >> yeah. >> all right. bill, thanks so much. >>> i'm lynn berry, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> we are tracking some changes in the forecast right now. the rain is falling around some parts of the region, and things could get stormy later today.
, it was a string of violent storms that hi the midwest. two states, indiana and kentucky were granted federal relief. >>> whoo owes getting blame for the rising cost of gas. plus, she cut a deal with prosecutors so why isn't she going to testify against him. >>> first, scott pelley has a preview of tonight's cbs nightly news. >> he was bullied. he's decided to take control. 58 pounds lighter he's promoting his family ands to phyto beesty. my doctor diagnosed it as fibromyalgia, thought to be the result of overactive nerves that cause chronic widespread pain. lyrica is believed to calm these nerves. i learned lyrica can provide significant relief from fibromyalgia pain. and for some people, it can work in as early as the first week of treatment. so now i can plan my days and accomplish more. lyrica is not for everyone. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worsening depression, or unusual changes in mood or behavior, or any swelling or affected breathing or skin, or changes in eyesight, including blurr
to detroit and you go to ohio and you go to pennsylvania and indiana and illinois, where a good share of the auto industry resides, whole communities have been negatively impacted just by the downturn. it would have been significantly worse. president bush said 1 million jobs and $150 billion in tax revenue would have been foregone by the state and federal governments had it been allowed to fail. there is the infrastructure. the industrial infrastructure of the nation would have been severely damaged. i don't care how we got there. the question is did it work? chrysler is alive. we're alive. we are not just alive. we are prospering. around the globe and in this country. since the bankruptcy, we hired 1,700 employees in the united states alone. we invested $10 million. i know against a $1 trillion deficit sounds like peanuts. it's not. the ability to build new cars. we are focused on what is the evolution of the industry. we cannot afford to focus on the near term. what is it like in 2030? why are we spending money on the alternates? hybrids or hydrogen fuel cells. if i mentioned names
cleaning up debris and helping residents in a small indiana town that was f of the hardest hit. most of them said they had never seen tornado damage up close. >> taking time off from their spring break to help others predict to help others to really need help. -- to help others who really need help. >> it is that time of year when most of the nation becomes vulnerable to severe storms. for the time being, there are just some light showers moving through our area. we have had a couple of sprinkles but nothing measurable so far, just a trace. you can see the light showers stretches from new england for parts of pennsylvania and western maryland. a couple of showers now going over to the eastern shore. we will have to keep an eye on some of the activity that could be here late tomorrow. it is still unseasonably mild, the high today about 20 degrees warmer than normal -- warmer than normal. look at the record high, scorching 86 degrees on march 12 back in 1990. 4.4 inches of snow on this day in 1968. boston college is 56 late this evening, 62 in new york, 59 with thunderstorms approachin
a federal disaster. the tornado was a string of violent storms that hit the midwest. two state, indiana and kentucky, were granted federal disaster relief. we'll take a quick break on this tuesday morning. coming up, who's getting blame for the rising cost in gas. >>> plus shrks e cut a deal with prosecutors, so why isn't the girlfriend, heidi bulger, going to testify against him. >>> first, scott pelley has a preview of tonight's cbs nightly news. >> he was bullied. this 12-year-old boy decided to tail croak. 85 pounds lighter he's motivating his family and his community to phyto beesty. meet this young man tonight on cbs evening news. romyalgia, thought to be the result of overactive nerves that cause chronic widespread pain. lyrica is believed to calm these nerves. i learned lyrica can provide significant relief from fibromyalgia pain. and for some people, it can work in as early as the first week of treatment. so now i can plan my days and accomplish more. lyrica is not for everyone. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right
in south bend, indiana on sunday. that's the toyota sports report. see the entire stanford video go to receive news.com. >> pretty good. it was outstanding actually. >> it's great. thanks larry is that "nightline"up next. i'm dan. >> i'm carolyn johnson. remember you can keep track of the latest breaking news on twitter at 7 news bay area. >> check us out there for all of us thanks for watching appreciate your time. of us thanks for watching appreciate your time. >> good night on this case. good morning to you, john. >> reporter: good morning, paula and rob. a strange case getting even stranger. the alleged madam and mother of four still behind bars. this after her attorney offers up his own $2.5 million loft to try to spring her from jail. the judge hasn't ruled on it yet because the judge thinks it might be unethical. the self-described hockey mom and tabloid sensation who police say is actually a new york city madam was out of her jail cell and before a manhattan judge. anna gristina said she was broke without two nickels to her name. the court granted her request for a court-
the men. they are heading to indiana as the 8th received in the raleigh region. they will face iowa in the first round. if they win they face notre dame after that. so they have a tough row to hoe but they are in and hopefully cal will do well. >> rooting for cal. >>> we have an amazing athletic play in a high school championship game in colorado. this is unbelievable. take a look at the buzzer. a big leap. >> this guy will never forget that shot. one player missed what was expected to be the final shot in overtime. another one soars in with the magic tip. it goes in with the left hand. play gave the school their first title in colorado school history. >> i imagine that guy is a bmoc on the school, his highlights all over the world. >> what a stud. >> look at that. >> just with a tenth of a second to go. >> that's awesome. >> great stuff. >>> coming up, we have a showdown in the south. >> gop presidential hopeful looking to revive his campaign. >> and also, more unrest in afghanistan. the new attack on a village where a u.s. soldier had opened fire. >> and after taking a plea deal,
on saturday. 8 seed in the reach opening against iowa in south bend, indiana on sunday. that's the toyota sports report. see the entire stanford video go to receive news.com. >> pretty good. it was outstanding actually. >> it's great. thanks larry is that "nightline"up next. i'm dan. >> i'm carolyn johnson. remember you can keep track of the latest breaking news on twitter at 7 news bay area. >> check us out there for all of us thanks for watching appreciate your time. of us thanks for watching appreciate your time. >> good night ñ$ñúñúñúñúñúñúñúñúñúñúñúñúñúñúñi
in south bend, indiana on sunday morning. in a sign the rest of the country has no respect for the pac 12, only two teams made it into ncaa field. cal really did. and the bears won 24 games but lost three out of four to finish. cal relegated to a play in game. they'll have to meet south florida wednesday in nashville. and the bears not thrilled about being disrespected but are grateful they were chosen. >> everybody about this year and you know there is a conference that wasn't that well. you know? i'm just glad that, you know, us and colorado are ready to represent them this year, at this conference. i just feel like we can do something. >> and let's hope so. then there, is st. mary's. champion tour golfer had a publicity event today hit a wedge off the roof of a building. tournament teams below. there is a slam on the gale logo. hopefully not on that guy's head. that is clearly a sign the walrus is with st. mary's. >> that is a wonderful omen. >> yes. >> thank you. >> and that is this edition of abc 7 nuts. -- news, you can join the conversation on our facebook page about the ross mirka
in determining that illinois could handle the mess by itself. but when illinois learned that indiana's aid application, which claimed more than 25 million dollars in damages from storms in the last couple of weeks, had been approved by fema, senator dick durbin and others were outraged. >> to think that these local communities or a state with its own budget problems can take care of this is just naive. >> reporter: fema said denys applications are not unprecedented. last year's minnesota's request after storms and tornadoes was also rejected. >> turning down a disaster is never easy. we know there's real people and real homes that have been impacted. this is not about the individual or the family. this is really about looking at the impact to the state. >> reporter: illinois is appealing the decision, scott. its congressional dell gaigs and governor quinn will be meeting with fema officials in washington tomorrow. >> pelley: dean, thanks very much. he's a he's a mobster turned author. now now the words he wrote may seal his fate. now the words he wrote may seal his fate. that's next. can y
prosperous and wealthy to me. but when you go to detroit and ohio and pennsylvania and indiana and illinois where a good share of the automotive industry resides, whole communities have been negatively impacted just by the down turn. it would have been significantly worse. and president bush said a million jobs and $150 billion in tax united states alone and we've invested almost $10 billion. i know against trillion dollar deficits sounds like peanuts. it's not. and the ability to build new cars. we're focused on -- what is the evolution of the industry? we can't afford to focus on the near term. what's it going to be like in 2030? whe why are we spending so much money on electric, hybrid, hydrogen fuel cells which we're a leader on in a global basis. if i name companies you would say wow, that german company is looking at your technology? it's because this company is a repository of a huge amount of intellectual private property. and this country now has an industry that's been totally revitalized. they can make the necessary investments to transition our economy to a higher tech and more
at purdue university in indiana. they're giving up their vacation to help with cleanup in communities already hard hit by last week's deadly tornados. >> i've never seen anything slyke this. it's so chaotic over here. >> reporter: the trees by charlotte's international airport are almost in full bloom. by the looks of things here, you would never guess the start of spring is still one week away. >> it's really beautiful and sort of a gift. >> reporter: in dallas, the lack of freezing temperatures this winter, means mosquito eggs survived and are already becoming a nuisance. >> the mild winter we had is getting everyone into their yards quicker, the season has started earlier, the mosquitos are already out. >> reporter: mid-march feeling already like the middle of spring, with more warm weather on the way. francis co, nbc news, charlotte. >> you were out there with the car, it's not to the point where we're seeing on our cars yet? >> not yet, but before long. it's going to get thick out there. the first thing folks want to do is put the windows down. whether it's on your car or open th
to get pre-clearance before we can implement voter i.d. like other states, indiana and kansas already have it implemented for this cycle but texas that is to go through this process. the oral argument before the supreme court two months ago, seems like the pre-clearance standard puts us at a disadvantage compared to other states and what is being borne out where texas is a disadvantages to get other states that gets to impose this law to ensure integrity at the ballot box. >> i'm trying to figure out how much it costs. what i can tell is voter doesn't possess any photo identification that the least expensive option is to spend $22 on a copy of the voter's birth certificate. is that down, we are $22 and where we get the $22 for each person. we're talking about $22s a person? >> it is far cheaper than that. that is one of several factual misstatements that is contained in a document filed by the department of justice. what that refers getting a copy of your birth certificate if you feel you need that, tracing back to what we're talking about here. for those that don't possess a driver's
the things you talked about doing. basic way of society. the supreme court upheld the indiana voter i.d. law 6-3. from what i understand it's not materially different from the one in texas. >> they didn't lose in court. they had a choice, tamara, to go to court or to the department of justice. >> tamara: they went to the d.o.j. has i said yesterday, whether or not you agree with the law on its face, they are required to prove that it does not have discriminatory impact. with the statistics they provide, department of justice does not feel like it occurred. i agree with dana with regard to getting people registered but the people who live in the states live around the state in something where there aren't driver's license locations available to them. they have no problem d. if they can vote, they can get an i.d. >> tamara: this is not about fraud. >> dana: it is a check against the possibility of fraud. voter fraud is a real problem across the country. >> tamara, no, not to this extent. >> eric: the department of justice said that the law didn't apply to things like buying pack of six-pack. y
. cal women 8 seed in the region against iowa will be in south bend, indiana on sunday mornin morning. rest of the country no respect for the pack 12 this season. only 2 teams from the conference made it to the men ncaa tournament and cal barely made it in. bears won 24 games but lost 3 out of 4 to finish up the season relegated to playing game against south florida. not thrilled here but at least grateful to be chosen. >> everybody l talk about this year and our conference not that well but i'm just glad that us in colorado ready to represent this year. i just feel like we can actually do something here. >>reporter: then st. mary's one guy squarely on their side. greg statler at publicity event today had a wedge off the roof of a building. tournament team were below. logo his shot landed on the logo. so clearly a sign that good things are in store for saint marries. >> nothing compared to that. >> no. he's spoken. thanks very much. pretty fun. that's this edition of 7 news at 9:00 on tv 20. for all of us here, thanks for watching appreciate your time. hope to see you a
baptist church of hammond, indiana was packed this morning as mourners said goodbye to corrections officer britany meux. she was killed and three of her fellow officers were injured when they were struck by a hit and run driver while jogging last week.meux, who began her career as a marine, was honored with a huge turnout by law enforcement personnel from near and far. this is a tribute to the officer. the way the law enforcement community it turned out. they came from as far away as new york and florida. it is just ... the thin blue line was there to support the family. 42-year-old jason cozmanoff turned himself in late last week. he's charged with multiple counts of failing to stop after an accident involving death and serious injury. only a couple days of freedom left for rod blagojevich. the former governor must report to a colorado federal prison on thursday. he'll be spending his last time in chicago with his family -- and the media. blagojevich is planning one last news conference before leaving for the federal pen. having been a witness at the trial reporters asked mayor emanuel t
department is doing this systematically, the supreme court has already upheld voter i.d. laws in indiana, yet the doj has already gone after south carolina, and now texas, saying you can't have them, it may be nine indiana, you not so much. let me start with you, mr. bolt, what do you make of the tactic the doj is pursuing and are they on to something lengthit mat that we need to protect minorities at the poll? >> no, this is an attempt by eric holder to use this as an instrument in politics in the last election, and it started in the last election when of course after that he defended the black panther party for voter intimidation and what they were doing there, that was intimidating poll watchers, and these identification cards are another form of poll watching. they are a verification that the person was voting, should be voting, that was an intent of the voting rights act, of course. and by striking a side, first by intimidating poll watchers and by making it almost impossible to determine whether somebody is or is not entitled to vote they're really trying to maximize what they perceive
. >> the cal women are also dancing. they are headed to indiana as an 8th seed in the raleigh region and will face iowa in the first round. top seed notre dame would likely be next. >>> cal men's team hits the court wednesday in a play-in game against south florida. tip-off scheduled for around 5:40 on trutv and st. mary's will also be on trutv, they play friday at 4:27. we'll have all the reaction and highlights on the post-game show. >>> the as playing the white sox. colin cal gill delivers to the big blow in the 3rd. a bases-clearing double to deep right. the as beat the sox 9-4. >>> while were you busy pulling your hamstring at the little league parade this weekend, true story, here's what you missed. champion, >> calvert for the win off the ice. it counts! >> an incredible tip-in to win the colorado boys 5a state title. former slam-dunk champ gerald green still has an impressive windmill jam and even more impressive when you see this angle. his head is above the rim. jerome scored over 500 career goals. a memorable assist. i whips on the shot and still pushes it to a teammate wh
in indiana, i got to think that would embarrass them a little you the governor would only say one of the only successes the president has had is that he wanted to double gas prices. no president wants to do that. that kind of politics is shameful and not good for our country. we have got to focus, my biggest fear is not the president's re-election, he is going to win my state, win the country. my biggest fear is that these oil prices caused not by the president but by partly republican and partly republican talk of loose talk about war and intransigence and speculation on wall street that that is going to hurt this economic growth. we have had -- my state, i believe we have 13 of the last 14 months, we have seen economic growth, manufacturing job growth. i want to keep that going. 200,000 new jobs. not enough but 200,000 new johns each of the last three months. and some of these guys want to pull back on this and that's just -- >> we cannot let them because people really need the jobs and people certainly need to have gas prices where they can go and do what they do work as well as their fami
it will perform better this year. >> evansville, indiana. go ahead. >> caller: actually, i think the problem started in the '80s, before 1980, the private sector, about 20 2 to 30% were union inch the 80s, those job headed south in the nonunion states and created the rust belt. and then we had nafta. those jobs went to mexico. union job pays more. you got to have people making enough money to pay income tax and most people don't make enough with the deductions they can talk, and if you're a consumer, they drive the economy. and right now the union part in the private sector, is 4 to 5%, and i think that's part of the problem. >> host: what do you think? >> guest: well, interesting point. i think the caller is right that in the '8s, the manufacturing sector got hit very hard, particularly in the upper midwest, mark ohio, indiana. those jobs went the south in the '90s, those jobs went to mexico and the emerging world, not only because of nafta but because of the china came on the scene and other emerging economies that were very competitive. so i think that description is -- there's a lot of t
this morning, voter i.d. laws for or against. a democrat from indiana. are you for or against that? caller: i am against. host: why is that? caller: -- host: anything else to add? caller: they are doing this to stop this black man from winning the election. host: let's go to new york. scott, independent caller. your thoughts. caller: i am a democrat but i am also running for office as an independent and i believe that when i go to vote, i actually have to present an idea of some sort. so, i think obviously you have to identify yourself in some way, shape, or form. what the id is, is debatable. a lot of different forums -- forms. but it is reasonable to prevent voter fraud to have some kind of idea. host: you broke up there a little bit. you said, on the other hand -- caller: i think you have to present yourself with some kind of id two present yourself, but it needs to be the least restrictive and not discriminate against especially minority groups or other groups, of which, at the report -- as the report said, tend not to have driver's licenses and other forms of id. but you do need to ident
similar law, almost the exact same law in indiana, in 20086-3 with justice stevens writing the opinion. he's been replaced bee justice kagan, but there are still five votes on the court for these kind of laws. the best argument right there is the supreme court has recently said these laws are okay if you take the safeguards that texas did. bill: based on previous legislation, states in the south like texas have a different burden of proof and all this. i think it's fascinating when you compare the southern states and northern states. chuck, make your best case for why you think the justice department has a shot at this. >> i'd like to look at it from the local view. i was born and raised in east texas. i was a local precinct judge in east texas and ran local elections in my precinct for ten years. working with the community, seeing the checks and balances that we have in place and running elections there and seeing that the process did work you had to register to vote, you brought your voter registration card in we checked you off on a list and allowed you to vote. what the justice departm
in indiana. >>> traffic and weather, weather and it is wet outside all week long, coming up right after this. ,,,,,,,, >>> good morning. well, it is a wet commute just about everywhere you go. here's a live look at the golden gate bridge. you can see cars making some splashes. so far though, no big problems right now through marin. we are having issues through concord. westbound 4 right there by solano way, there is an accident there blocking one lane and it is pretty backed up across that stretch. all right. that's traffic. for your forecast, here's lawrence. >> very wet around the bay area. some gusty winds, some of the gusts over 40 miles per hour. doppler radar showing you the rainfall right now. the heaviest amounts showing up in the north bay. this is going to be a slow- moving cold front that will bring rain across the bay area for today. heaviest rainfall continuing as much as 3" in the wettest spots. ,, ,,,,,, >>> fortunately romney had a chance to use a slightly more recent song reference at a rally last friday with randy owen of the country group alabama. i'd love to hear "sweet h
and stooefbs, a very liberal judge said indiana's voter i.d. law is constitutional, it is constitutional to require the identification to vote just like to go on a plane, get a book out of a library or go to a public high school. >> pete? >> yeah, i'm guessing the offensive line of the dallas cowboys didn't actually vote in that election. this is a legislation clearly designed to disenfranchise people most likely to vote for democrats. it is not a problem. here. carol, watch me make up a racially motivated law. i think anybody wearing their hats backwards should not be allowed to vote because it really hurts the curtain closing in the booth. there's no evidence for that but let's just throw it out there. why didn't the laws come up, boris, a long time ago? we have been arguing all the way from the makeup room to the tv. >> fighting it out. >> patricia? >> they got in a fist fight over this argument. >> not quite. >> that's the -- >> maybe mud wrestling. but it demonstrates that voter i.d. laws are about politics. if you're a democrat, you interpret it to be a clear case of voter suppress
reviewed one of these laws a couple years ago in indiana, one of the first states to adopt such a law, and it was a 6-3 decision holding up the law as written by the liberal justice john paul stevens, and he said the state, obviously, has a very important interest in insuring the security of elections. and this just seems the most basic security measure you can take, just asking people to prove who they are when they show up at the polls. jon: the american civil liberties union, as you might expect, disagrees with you. they say that among other things obtaining a photo id presents a substantial and unnecessary barrier for many of our nation's citizens. >> it just strikes me as absurd. anyone can get a photo id. it's a perfectly easy, um, texas is going to provide for free an election identification document for anyone who wants one. the states have adopted these laws, they've seen no downturn in turnout whatsoever. georgia has a law that the justice department approved in 2005, and the first presidential election with this law in place was in 2008, minority turnout in georgia -- accor
a hurricane but it was a thunderstorm that saddled indiana and flooded those areas. the problem with that spot of the world, it's flood. flash flooding with other areas that goes real quick. it sits around for a little bit longer. they have flood warning across south central louisiana or a good chunk of today until that water drains out. showers across the i-95 corridor. not heavy rain producers. response of heat that built up yesterday and continue to hang around today. 73 in newark. 71 in central parts. some of the current temperatures in the northeast today would be above what your normal high would be. very, very tropical. portland, seeing snow. down the beach to western oregon. that's where your colder air is. central part of the country, more warmth. eastern two-thirds of the country will keep the warmth in place. i don't really see it ending any time soon. 65 in chicago for high temperature. well above average. 71 in new york city. almost 80 degrees in kansas. quick check on weather. >> crazy weather. >> you don't see an end to this? >> not for the next several weeks. trend shows this r
of the state, tire manufacturers in bryant, near the indiana and michigan borders. these are good companies. they're not looking for handouts, not looking for an unfair edge, want a level pleed playing field. this -- plail when china doesn't play by the rules they suffer. this helps to fix this. and president obama announced his administration would pursue a case against china's hoarding of rare earth materials. rare earth hording is one of the illegal practices that china employs to tilt the playing field in its favor. u.s. manufacturers rely on earth materials, air earth materials for the production of a number of products including wind turbines and electronics. china accounts for 97% of the world's supply of these materials. they impose quotas and deaf tariffs on their export putting american manufacturers at a severe disadvantage almost forcing countries to go to china to do the manufacturing because the materials -- because of subsidies the chinese give to themselves, their own companies and because of the tariffs they charge on -- that they can extract from these companies for export
to me. but when you go to detroit and you go to ohio and to go to pennsylvania, indiana and illinois rakish of the automotive industry reside, whole communities have been negatively impacted, just by the downturn. it would have been significantly worse. as president bush said, a million jobs in $150 billion in tax revenue would have been foregone by the government if it been allowed to fail. then there's the infrastructure, the national infrastructure is great nation would've been severely damaged. so i don't care how we got there. the question is, did it work? well, chrysler is life. we are alive and. we are not just alive, we are prospering. we are around the globe come in this country. since bankruptcy we've hired almost 17,000 employees in the united states alone and we have invested almost $10 billion. i know against trillion dollar deficit it sounds like. it's not. and the ability to build new cars. so we are focused on, you can what is the evolution of the industry. we can't afford to focus on the near-term. what's going to be like in 2030? why we spend so much money on altern
for or against. a democrat from indiana. are you for or against that? caller: i am against. host: why is that? caller: -- host: anything else to add? caller: they are doing this to stop this black man from winning the election. host: let's go to new york. scott, independent caller. your thoughts. caller: i am a democrat but i am also running for office as an independent and i believe that when i go to vote, i actually have to present an idea of some sort. so, i think obviously you have to identify yourself in some way, shape, or form. what the id is, is debatable. a lot of different forums -- forms. but it is reasonable to prevent voter fraud to have some kind of idea. host: you broke up there a little bit. you said, on the other hand -- caller: i think you have to present yourself with some kind of id two present yourself, but it needs to be the least restrictive and not discriminate against especially minority groups or other groups, of which, at the report -- as the report said, tend not to have driver's licenses and other forms of id. but you do need to identify the person who has to vote
indiana voters to have i.d. is fine. at a vote of 6-3 and the most liberal judge on the panel, john paul stevens wrote the majority opinion on it. what is he even talking about? >> because they're treating texas differently. >> true. >> texas is a unique situation because there's proximity in mexico. i guess that's the -- that's the deal. >> it should be clarified, though. >> all right. we'll continue to debate that. let us know what you think about it. you can e-mail or twitter us. take a look at these incredible live pictures coming from heartsville jackson atlanta airport right now where a delta plane just rolled off the runway. a delta spokesperson says mechanics were testing the engines of the boeing 737 when they experienced some type of problem with the braking system when the plane veered off the taxiway, no passengers on board at the time. we're told there is significant damage, though, to the plane. and no flights so far have been affected. new video just into "fox & friends" showing the first protests since the killing of 16 civilians in afghanistan. hundreds of students th
to amendment number 1782 offered by the senator from indiana, mr. coats. mr. coats: mr. president, i ask for regular order here. the presiding officer: yes. order, please. if the senators wish to converse, they can take it outside. mr. coats: mr. president, this amendment is simple. the presiding officer: excuse me, i'm sawyer. there is a correction. the number of the amendment is 1517. my apologies. mr. coats: mr. president, this amendment is very simple. it's a matter of equity and fairness. the reality is a majority of states, like indiana, my state, and many, many others do not receive their fair share of the distribution of highway funds. this bill unfairly rewards a minority of states that have collected earmarks in the past that go to establishing this historical bench 345rbg -- benchmark from which the distributions are made. this amendment creates a new system by which everyone is treated equally and treated fairly. a system of winners and losers is not the way we ought to be forward with distributing funds that are paid by our taxpayers for building of roads and bridges. so let
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